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LONE STAR, TEXAS (Comal County). Lone Star, two miles south of New Braunfels, was settled in 1845, when ten-acre farm lots were allotted to early settlers of New Braunfels. In 1901 two nearby schools were reorganized as the Lone Star school, which by the mid-1950s had become part of the New Braunfels Independent School District.

New Braunfels Herald, July 6, 1954.
Oscar Haas

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